30.11.09











A gingerbread house there is.

Burned cakes and messy messy kitchen. Just as it should be.
It´s a Moomin gingerbread house, here´s another not so messy one.

Find instructions how to make the house there as well.




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53 comments:

julia said...

oh, i like it like that!!!!!!!!!

The Rosy Cheeks Blog said...

Å så fantastisk fint hus! Og så utrolig fin tapet i bakgrunnen, hvor er det fra?

Cecilie said...

I LOVE this, thank you so much for the pattern links!

alissa loves said...

amazing! gingerbread houses are so festive :)

Sarah said...

Just cause it's a MOOMIN gingerbread house makes it that much more awesome! :D

Fine Little Day said...

The Rosy Cheeks Blog, Kaspar & Saga från Sandbergs:
www.sandbergab.se/sv/search/kaspar

asphaltandair said...

ack! so cute!
and with that wallpaper! great.
yes, if the kitchen is messy then there was delicious fun at work.

Kylie said...

Oh wow!! I LOVE it!!! So gorgeous. Thanks for the link :) K

The Rosy Cheeks Blog said...

Å tusen takk :)

jokemijn said...

oh! it's lovely! i like it being a little bit messy. Do you dare to eat it?

Linda said...

Såklart vill vi också göra muminhuset. Men tror inte jag vågar äta Lilla My. Hon biter nog tillbaka.
Tack för länk.

Kaylovesvintage said...

no way, that is more then wonderful...last year we did try to make a dutch Grachten house, guess it did look more like a garden house,lol
guess it"s time you come to see me...need some help with my house

PaisleyJade said...

Cute!!!

.naa. said...

oh this is so lovely! I always wanted to make one...

lili scratchy said...

Miam!miam!!!!

at Hanna said...

Wonderful! I feel all inspired now, have to go home and bake. If u want a christmasgift, theres a pair of earrings as a give-away over at my place! Love, love!

Steffi said...

Sweet and lovely!

Mary said...

how wonderful!

limonana said...

looks like delicious fun!

mail said...

oh waw!!!!!

fanja said...

this is so nice, it must be very tempting to grab a little Moomin's ear when you walk past it.

wsake said...

i never did one before, but this one makes me reconsider my former habit... where did you get these cookie cutters? i`m afraid they are not available in germany...

Melissa Blake said...

Is it bad I want to eat all that?

gini said...

waou! i Love the ginger house!! and mummmmmmins!! oh i tried to make biscuits but i almost broke a tooth trying eating it!and you should have seen my hands full of raw dough like i had heavy gloves on!
ah im a fighter i will get to make a good biscuit! hope mr Otto feeLs better! dawmed flue vaccin!

Love

gini

emma said...

GÖRSAFINT! :D :D

la casita said...

This is a perfect gingerbread house, it's made with love...bravi bambini!
anita loves it:-)

nathalie et cetera said...

mmmm! it looks so good. but the first bite must be so hard to take. Who would want to break this beauty!

Maria said...

så fint så fint! kommer det hållas helt ouppätet tills jul? ;)

Coralene said...

Bless, it's perfect!

Fine Little Day said...

Maria, det kommer att bli uppätet innan. Helt säkert.

Anonymous said...

fina hus! synd att äta nästan. Tack för allt! Kram U

Krissy said...

Aww! The Moomins!

Abigail A. Percy said...

Completely wonderful... i want to eat it ;)

Veja cecilia said...

det är superfint! kanske ska man våga sig på ett hus i år ändå!

Lovely World said...

t turned out quite nicely. A gingerbread tower!

Louise said...

wooow! 10/10 its awesome!

Louise said...

Charmigt. Jag gillar mumin.

Jessica said...

It´s wonderful and your children like you for that!!

Greer said...

this is so cute. how lovely.

Daisy said...

Jag är mållös. Muminhuset. Suck.

Bohemian girl said...

Fantastik hus! That one guy looks like Gena, I am sorry, maybe that is what Moomin reffers too.
I am also ready here for gingerbread cookies. But we will eat them before Christmas. I am sure.

mieke willems said...

this is soo beautiful! WOW!

kristina - no penny for them said...

how cool - a moomin gingerbread skyscraper... yay!

JenniS said...

Oo maybe you could courier one to NZ as a prize!! I would lick it all first so no-one else could eat it ;-) How cool and what a great mum you are.

marie said...

wow this looks so great!
im sure it'll be taste great too :) enjoy it!

pimienta said...

i love it! :)

Alexandra Hedberg said...

Åh - vad underbart pepparkakshus!

Anna at D16 said...

WONDERFUL!! Love.

ida said...

men åh vilket sammanträffande, igår pratade jag och några vänner om att vi borde bygga ett mumin-pepparkakshus! erat var fint :)

misako mimoko said...

So lovely!! hahaha! what a great time you've had!
i love ginger cookies, this house has to be so yummy!
i'll try to do it this Christmas :)

Tomushka said...

I have no idea how to make a ginger bread. I do not know how to get patience to bake, build and decorate everything this!

Leen said...

This looks amazing!! wow!

Patsy Desautel said...

I found your blog through Angry Chicken and I am SO GLAD because I found this Moomin Gingerbread house and it brought back fond memories from when I lived in Finland a year ago as an Exchanger!! Thanks so much and please share more Holiday Spirit, Scandinavia knows how to do it right. Happy Moomin Holidays!!!